Obamas' first White House dog, Bo, diesFormer President Barack Obama on Saturday announced that his family’s first White House dog, Bo, has passed away. Joe Biden, the Reverse Ronald ReaganFour decades later, another elder statesman seeks to transform Americans’ ideas about the size of government. A retiring Castro to bring younger face to Cuba's communistsThis week’s Communist Party congress in Cuba could be the last with a Castro at the helm of the island's all-powerful political institution Biden’s climate summit shows how far U.S. leadership has to goMany of the 40 heads of state who participated had their own message: America needs to do more to convince everyone else that it’s both up to the task and reliable over the long haul. New poll indicates most Americans want to end lifetime appointments for Supreme Court justicesThe poll also showed 38% of respondents supported an expansion of the court from nine to 13 members, while 42% opposed the idea. Free booze, baseball tickets offered as U.S. demand for COVID-19 vaccine dropsRobert Day walked up to a house in northwest Detroit, eager to talk about nearby COVID-19 vaccination sites and pitch a local program that pays $50 to anyone who brings someone to a clinic to get inoculated. The biggest takeaways from Biden’s climate summit‘Commitment without doing anything is a lot of hot air, no pun intended,’ the US president said in his closing remarks Biden should consider downsides of stressing national values in Indo-PacificCriticism could weaken strategic relationships to compete against China Analysis | 4 takeaways from Biden’s first address to CongressPresident Biden delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday night. Here were the key themes. Derek Chauvin conviction: 'This is monumental. This is historic'The conviction of the police officer for the death of George Floyd has been hailed as a watershed.